Delivering at the Speed of Need

04/11/2020 15.00 - 16.30

Trame AteliersChaîne 3Atelier

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While chronically underfunded, agile digital service teams have proven that they are a precious resource within government that can be trusted to deliver at the speed of need in a crisis.

What is it about the way they are set up that allows them to work nimbly? Learn about how they are set up to respond quickly in times of crisis, what challenges they are able to overcome quickly and which ones they continue to confront, and any lessons they have learned in the last few months that governments all over need to take into account.

Building on these lessons learned from three jurisdictions, you’ll develop a framework for rapid response – setting up multi-disciplinary teams, choosing the right opportunities and developing agile governance structures.

This workshop provides perspectives and examples from municipal, provincial and federal government. Giving a cross-jurisdictional lens to help you set your organization up to deliver agile, responsive and user-focused products.

Katherine Benjamin
Katherine Benjamin
Deputy CTO for Digital ServicesNew York City Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Honey Dacanay
Honey Dacanay
Director, Digital AcademyCanada School of Public Service
Katy Lalonde
Katy Lalonde
Director, DigitalOntario Digital Service